The Dallas Mavericks are headed overseas next season. Owner Mark Cuban wanted his team to face Real Madrid in the battle of Luka’s two professional franchises, which was announced for Oct. 10. That will not be the Mavs only game, though.
The NBA announced on Tuesday that Luka Doncic and company with face the Minnesota Timberwolves in Abu Dhabi on Oct. 5 and 7. It is the second straight year that the league will host games in Abu Dhabi, and fans can bet number 77 will be eager to put on a show for the fans.
The Dallas Mavericks only had preseason games in the 2022-23 season, but they will likely have at least four next season. Three will take place overseas, which should give fans worldwide a chance to watch Luka Doncic up close.
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The Dallas Mavericks rumors are starting to heat up, and fans won’t want to miss a second of the news, so stay tuned for all the latest.